I'm not sure if this is the right sub-forum for this, but it is related to eggs! I have a bantam rooster and a regular sized rooster. The regular sized roo is new to us, we got him about 3-4 weeks ago. I am hoping to hatch out some of the new roo's babies. It's pretty much impossible to be able to tell which roo did the job, but then I got to wondering if the blastoderm (bull's eye) would be larger if it was the regular roo's and smaller if it's the bantam roo's.. What's your take on this? I wondered this because it seems like a lot of the eggs have bigger blastoderms now?